Information technology apparatuses
 
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Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów
Publish date: 2019-10-25
 
JoMS 2019;42(3):283–295
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The article presents an outline of various Information Technology apparatuses and the use of IT tools in the modern world. The main IT apparatuses which are described in this article are Cloud computing, venture content management, mobile technology, web based conferencing system and social media. The main goal of this article to aware the society that how beneficial the IT apparatuses can be in our day to day life, in business and in social media. Like the Mobile technology has changed our day to day life thoroughly. We can communicate with the people around the world; can know the weather forecast and so on. This section starts by quickly presenting two ideas that are bound together in the thought of computer upheld business advancement. Moreover the challenges and opportunities in Information technology world are described.
 
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